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NEW SP8 LOAD CELL FROM HBM PROVIDES A DYNAMIC SOLUTION


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ow available from HBM – a market leader in the field


of test and measurement – is the new SP8 single-point load cell, which provides a precise and cost-effective solution for multi-head combination weighers. Designed to meet the


requirements of today’s dynamic weighing applications, the new SP8 single-point load cell features a compact design and can be easily integrated into a range of multi-head combination weighers. Built for capacities ranging from 5 to 100 kg, the SP8 load cell from HBM provides


greater accuracy and features a C3 accuracy class for reliable results. Manufactured in stainless steel, the PW12C load cell has an IP67 degree of protection


rating, meaning that the range is dustproof, protected against low-pressure water jets, and can be immersed in water up to 1 m, for up to 30 minutes.


HBM u 01525 304980 u www.hbm.com


new release of its software, IndySoft Version 12. IndySoft’s latest release takes the best-in-class software and makes it even better with over 200 new features and enhancements; the largest update in the company’s 20-year history.


Some highlights include:


• Automated Tech Sync – Easily transfer data between the lab and technician for offsite calibrations.


• Automated User Management of your Customer Portal (Read Only) – Portal customers can add new Users without interaction with the lab. A Pin-code system is used to automate this process. Portal customers can now request lost passwords themselves through an automated process.


•Branch Support – Branch fields to assist with Workflow/Statistics/Automation of multi- location Commercial Labs.


• Built-in Version Control System – Version Control for all customizable areas of the software: Reports, Event Configuration, Layouts, Custom Scripting. Easily track changes, document, and also roll-back to prior versions when required.


IndySoft u 01908 540 638 u www.indysoft.co.uk


SOFTWARE UPDATE INDYSOFT VERSION 12 I


ndySoft, a leader in calibration and asset management software, have just announced a


BRÜEL & KJÆR’S NEW SOUND LEVEL METER GETS THE JOB DONE INTRODUCING B&K 2245


latest in its range of iconic sound level meters – B&K 2245 – providing a complete solution for basic noise measurements, while combining functionality, ease-of-use and versatility with the reliability and confidence that is ensured with the Brüel & Kjær brand. The philosophy behind the class 1


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B&K 2245 Sound Level Meter solution is to instil confidence and control in professionals whose work involves noise measurement tasks. Product Manager, Michael Whiteman, explains, “For many sound level meter users,


noise measurements are, although unavoidable, not necessarily something that they do every day. Our goal was to provide an intuitive solution that allows users to approach noise measurement tasks without any hint of trepidation – just get the job done and move on to the next assignment.”


Brüel & Kjær u 01223 389 800 u www.bksv.com


ACE YOUR NEXT DISPLAY PROJECT WITH PANELPILOT T


he PanelPilot range from Lascar Electronics is a unique series of smart graphic displays


that enable the creation of fully bespoke interfaces without writing a line of code. The PanelPilot ACE is a unique platform ideal for rapid development of touchscreen machine interfaces and system monitoring displays. ACE uses software that allows app development using an intuitive drag and drop interface. ACE display units accept inputs including 4-20 mA analogue, direct digital I/O, RS485, CANBUS and MODBUS. There are also digital alarm outputs and a built-in PWM generator. The free Design Studio software contains powerful tools such as PID, maths and logic builders, multi-channel data logging and graphing. The M series. This range includes versions that are suitable for voltage or current inputs, and also products that are sealed to IP67. The M series are programmable panel meters featuring dual analogue inputs, alarm outputs and colour touchscreen displays. Configured using the free PanelPilot M Software, there over 50 app templates available including bar-graph, tank level, analogue style and trend graphs. The SGD 21-B, a low cost, low power, sunlight readable, single channel voltmeter with a sleek monochrome e-paper display. The unit is configured with the free PanelPilot B software. Modest power requirements make this display ideal for use in battery-powered handheld instruments.


Lascar Electronics u 01794 884567 u www.lascarelectronics.com


one’ intelligent vision sensors powered by ready-made software applications. Recently appointed as vice-chairman of UKIVA, SICK’s Neil Sandhu will deliver two


SICK’S ON A MISSION TO DEMYSTIFY MACHINE VISION A


t the 2019 UKIVA Show in Milton Keynes, SICK will show how machine vision is being demystified for a growing number of adopters, backed by greater accessibility to ‘all-in-


presentations to delegates that put the case for removing the complexity that can surround implementing a vision solution, empowering users to set up vision systems, including more difficult 3D applications, with ease. “Machine vision has been a headache too far for many engineers looking to improve their


production or materials handling processes with better standards of inspection. Programming a reliable system to process the data from a vision camera has been feared in the past as something of a black art,” says Sandhu who is SICK’s UK Product Manager for Imaging, Measurement & Ranging. “But now rapid advancements in camera technology combined with intelligent on-board


processing capability have brought high-performance applications within the reach of many production teams who would previously have felt excluded from them. So, the time has come to present a more accessible and democratised outlook for vision in future and to encourage more users to enjoy the benefits.”


Technology demonstrations


SICK’s technology demonstrations at the Show will underline the company’s ambition for intelligent devices like the Inspector P 2D and the Trispector 1000 3D smart vision sensors to work in a similar way to smart phones powering ready-made applications that are easy to set up and use, selected via a central cloud-based repository of industry solutions. SICK


u 01727 831121 Instrumentation Monthly April 2019


ound and vibration specialist Brüel & Kjær has just released the


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